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Our friends at Curbed have an extensive look at designer Robert Rodriguez's Beverly Hills mansion, currently listed for sale at $9.998 million. Rodriguez purchased the home from MySpace cofounder Christopher DeWolfe in 2009 and put a lot of work into it, thus the high asking price. The designer seems to have a thing for marble: per the listing, he installed Cararra marble counters in the kitchen, a heavy-as-hell-looking marble soaking tub in one of the bathrooms and what appears to be an oversize marble fireplace in the dining room.
· Designer Robert Rodriguez Completely Renovated the Beverly Hills MySpace Founder's Mansion [Curbed]